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41-906. Return of alien and nonresident public charges

A. The governor shall cooperate with the United States commissioner general of immigration and with boards or officials of foreign countries for the purpose of arranging and providing for the return to the foreign countries of alien public charges confined in the state hospital or in the industrial school, and of aliens discharged from the state prison.

B. To facilitate the return of nonresident public charges confined in the state hospital, or in the state industrial school, the governor may enter into reciprocal agreements or arrangements with officers of other states for the mutual exchange of such public charges, and in pursuance thereof the governor may give written consent and approval of the return to the state of any resident of this state confined in a public institution of another state, corresponding to hospitals or asylums for the insane, or of a state institution for the reformation of delinquent minors.

C. A person shall not be deemed a resident of this state for the purposes of this section unless he has resided continuously in the state for one year next preceding commitment to any of the institutions named in this section.

D. The expenses incurred in returning aliens and nonresident public charges shall be paid by the state, but the expense of returning residents of this state to this state shall not be paid by this state.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-906

41-906. Return of alien and nonresident public charges

A. The governor shall cooperate with the United States commissioner general of immigration and with boards or officials of foreign countries for the purpose of arranging and providing for the return to the foreign countries of alien public charges confined in the state hospital or in the industrial school, and of aliens discharged from the state prison.

B. To facilitate the return of nonresident public charges confined in the state hospital, or in the state industrial school, the governor may enter into reciprocal agreements or arrangements with officers of other states for the mutual exchange of such public charges, and in pursuance thereof the governor may give written consent and approval of the return to the state of any resident of this state confined in a public institution of another state, corresponding to hospitals or asylums for the insane, or of a state institution for the reformation of delinquent minors.

C. A person shall not be deemed a resident of this state for the purposes of this section unless he has resided continuously in the state for one year next preceding commitment to any of the institutions named in this section.

D. The expenses incurred in returning aliens and nonresident public charges shall be paid by the state, but the expense of returning residents of this state to this state shall not be paid by this state.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-906

41-906. Return of alien and nonresident public charges

A. The governor shall cooperate with the United States commissioner general of immigration and with boards or officials of foreign countries for the purpose of arranging and providing for the return to the foreign countries of alien public charges confined in the state hospital or in the industrial school, and of aliens discharged from the state prison.

B. To facilitate the return of nonresident public charges confined in the state hospital, or in the state industrial school, the governor may enter into reciprocal agreements or arrangements with officers of other states for the mutual exchange of such public charges, and in pursuance thereof the governor may give written consent and approval of the return to the state of any resident of this state confined in a public institution of another state, corresponding to hospitals or asylums for the insane, or of a state institution for the reformation of delinquent minors.

C. A person shall not be deemed a resident of this state for the purposes of this section unless he has resided continuously in the state for one year next preceding commitment to any of the institutions named in this section.

D. The expenses incurred in returning aliens and nonresident public charges shall be paid by the state, but the expense of returning residents of this state to this state shall not be paid by this state.

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